17 January 2019
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Blantyre, January 16, 2019: Learners at Litchenza Community Day Secondary School in Chiradzulu have applauded newly formed Dream Share Foundation (DSF) for giving them an opportunity to voice out their concerns on how the community should contribute to improvement of education. One of the learners, Florence Phiri said this at…
Lilongwe, January 01, 2018: Young Christian Workers (YCW) under the Roman Catholic Church will collaborate with Technical Entrepreneurship and Vocational Education and Training Authority (TEVETA) to  register  YCW  as  an institution  which can be  benefiting  from  TEVETA. Speaking with the Malawi News Agency (Mana) in Lilongwe Friday, YCW National President,…
Lilongwe, December 24, 2018, Malawi Council of Churches (MCC) has called for increased advocacy on Gender Based Violence (GBV) against men and boys in the country. Public Relations and Projects Officer for MCC, Umtheto Lungu made the remarks during a Gender and Masculinity workshop which was geared at advising and…
Phalombe, December 24, 2018: Minister of Labour, Youth, Sports and Manpower Development, Grace Chiumia on Wednesday called upon girls in the country to enroll into community technical colleges as a way of reducing unemployment and vulnerability among themselves. She was speaking at Naminjiwa Community Technical College in Phalombe District on…
Lilongwe, December 24, 2018. Access to food, potable water and good hygiene for children has a strong bearing on the quality of education the children will attain to achieve their dreams and be reliable citizens of the country, Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) has said. The society’s president, Levison Changole,…
 Dedza, December 24,2018. A total of 73 students have graduated from Malawi College of Forestry and Wildlife with a hope for strengthened management of forests in the country. They include 50 students who have graduated with diplomas and 23 others with certificates in forestry management at a ceremony held at…
Balaka, December 24, 2018:Minister of Education, Science and Technology Bright Msaka on Wednesday warned all school authorities in the country to avoid over stretching parents of students who fail to pay school fund. He said this when he launched the Malawi Education Sector Improvement Project (MESIP) which aims at uplifting…
Mangochi, December 24, 2018.Thursday, December 20, went into history as a memorable day among the Yawo and all Malawians after the Global Interaction, through the Baptist Convention of Malawi, unveiled the first ever English-Ciyawo Dictionary. The English-Ciyawo dictionary launch follows a ten-year task of compiling 3,000 words with 10 Malawian…
Chikwawa, December 19, 2018: Government has urged girls and women to make the most out of Community Technical Colleges being constructed across the country to enable the youth have technical and vocational skills in various trades. Labour, Youth, Sports and Manpower Development Minister, Grace Chiumia gave the encouragement on Tuesday…
Chiradzulu, December 19, 2018: Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) Malawi,Mikolongwe Vocational School on Friday graduated 220 students in different vocational, technical and entrepreneurial skills in attempt to empower them to start businesses. Speaking during the graduation ceremony, Technical, Entrepreneurial and Vocational Education Training Authority (TEVETA), Regional Service Centre…
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Water scarcity in Balaka and Ntcheu: Government drills High Yielding Boreholes to mitigate water shortage

Water scarcity in Balaka and Ntcheu: Government drills High Yielding Boreholes to mitigate water shortage

Blantyre, January 11, 2018: Government has said it has drilled eight high yielding boreholes around Mpira Dam catchment area to address water scarcity in Balaka and Ntcheu districts which came as a result of drying up of the dam. Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development, director o...